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I had a new house build in Holland started in 1993 en completed in 1998 because of disputes with bad materials and workmanship. Soon after we occupied the property the CV heater leaked water. As mij fears were than realised that because no waterproof bottom had been installed the water ran unto the ceiling in the lounge. This has repeated itself so often that in 1999 the ceiling plaster fell down. Also the gutter outside was amper 10 years after delivery rotten, a sign that inferior materil and bad workmanship are responsible for this. At time of delivery I also received only ten years guarantee for the roof on it balcon. I want to refer all these problems that occurred in such a short time to the appropriate unions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depending on how you heat the hot water, whether gas or electric, is a missing detail in your problem, but if it is electric then your problem is the size, being only 40 gal, and needing probably about that to fill the tub, will always lead to your current position.
If the hot water heater is gas, the chances of it keeping up are slightly better, but again things like the temperature of the water leaving the tank, any mixing valves, etc. will effect the water temp at your tub. Before raising any temps, make sure you follow local code, as not to scald yourself or others.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: wet ceilings
You must conact your roofer and complain... COMPLAIN.. it sounds like you have a leak and the installers have allowed moistere to get under the roofing materials...!!!
Basically water expands when it freezes (ice cube tray.. over filled ) so if there's any kind of leak the water penetrates.. feezes allowing it to migrate up under the materials and then as the warm air from inside the attic causes the ice to then melt. I'd call and find out what the deal is.. especially if this has been going on SINCE the new roof was installed....
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
It's very old, stagnate water full of bacteria. Poor some Clorox in the sump and let it sit a while. Not the whole bottle, a few cups.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
SOURCE: waterproofing house stucco
First of all, this is a problem the guys from Home Depot wouldn't know how to fix.
Years ago, maybe when this post was originally written you may have needed to do a two coat system.
Your best and actually easiest option will be to power wash your stucco, to remove any dirt from the surface.
Then you will need to mask everything up tight because you're about to spray all the stucco. Cover any concrete and plants nearby, (anything that is closer than 10 feet from the stucco.)
Then go to Sherwin-Williams and purchase Loxon XP this is a one coat system however if you have larger cracks in the stucco you will either want to caulk them with an elastomeric caulk (if you don't have too many) or apply a second coat of Loxon XP. If you're a do it yourself kinda of person you can go to home depot and rent a spray machine. While your spraying your gonna want to back roll it. www.outbackpaintingusa.com
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
I have a Samsung side by side - model RS253BAWW.
Water was leaking onto floor from main refrigerator, not freezer. It was determined to be a blocked defrost drain.
The repair technician removed the trays and food from fridge, remove the screws from the panel at back, disconnected everything and remove panel.
The stainless tray at bottom of fridge as well as panel itself had solid ice blockage.
He placed panel in sink and used something similar to a blow dryer with narrow hose on it to defrost both the panel and drain in fridge. Took him maybe 15 minutes and charged $99 total for the visit.
In future I will do this myself now that I know how but thought it may be useful information to others who are having similar problems.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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